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Parts of Mass CCMS

7th Grade Parts of the Mass study guide

When we first come together at Mass, we take part in this inspirational activity. Gathering Song
We begin this part of Mass with the Sign of the Cross and the priest welcomes us. Greeting
Kyrie - "Lord have mercy, Christ have mercy, Lord have mercy". These are the words we say when we admit we have sinned. One of three versions. Penitential Rite
"Glory to God" is the hymn of praise we sing during this time. Gloria
During this part of the Mass, the priest says, "Let us pray" and the server brings the Roman Missal for the opening prayer. Collect
These readings usually come from the Old Testament (Hebrew Scripture) and tell us about the events that happened before Jesus was born. First Reading
Usually taken from the Book of Psalms, this part of the Mass follows the first reading. Responsorial Psalm
This reading is from the New Testament (many from the letters of St. Paul) and tell about the early church and Jesus. Second Reading
Another name for this part of Mass is the Alleluia (which means - praise God). Gospel Acclamation
During this reading, we stand in honor of Jesus and listen as the priest or deacon reads from one of the four evangelists in the New Testament. Gospel
This part of Mass finds us listening to the priest or deacon as he relates the readings and gospel in a way that helps us better understand their meanings. Homily
We stand and say one of the creeds that tell about what we believe in. Profession of Faith
As a community, we pray for many different people in many different situations. Also known as the General Intercessions. Prayer of the Faithful
Money is collected and brought forward with the bread and wine after the servers and Father ready the altar. Preparation of the Altar and Gifts
A special prayer is said over the bread and wine after they are brought to the altar. Prayer over the gifts
The priest says, "The Lord be with you...." Preface
We would say/sing the Holy, Holy, Holy (Sanctus). Preface Acclamation
This prayer is the central part of the Mass because through this prayer the bread and wine become Christ's body and blood. Eucharistic Prayer
"We proclaim your death, O Lord, and profess your Resurrection until you come again" are 1 set of words we would say during this part of Mass. Also known as the Mystery of Faith. Memorial Acclamation
This is the conclusion to the Eucharistic Prayer. The Great Amen
This prayer was given to us by Jesus and is an important part of our Mass. Also known as the Our Father. The Lord's Prayer
During this part of Mass, we are suppose to look people in the eye and say, "Peace be with you", while shaking their hand. The Sign or Rite of Peace
This event in our Mass comes from the Last Supper and gave the Mass its name. Also known as the Breaking of the Bread. Fraction
"Lord, I am not worthy that you should enter under my roof, but only say the word and my soul shall be healed", are the words we repeat before we receive the body and blood of Christ. Holy Communion
This is the prayer that comes from the Roman Missal following communion. Prayer after Communion
The priest blesses us in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. We answer, "Amen". Blessing
"Go in peace to love and serve the Lord", are the words we would hear near the end of the Mass. Dismissal
This final act of the Mass is for us to join together in this uplifting activity. Closing Song
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